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Thinking, Creativity and Innovat^on www.debonoeducation.com
‘Edward doesn’t just think. He is a one man global industry,
whose work is gospel in government, universities, schools, corporates and even prisons all over the world’ Times 2 ‘de Bono’s work may be the best thing going in the world today’ George Gallup ‘The guru of clear thinking’ Marketing Week
Dr Edward de Bono
‘The master of creative thinking’ Independent on Sunday
DISCOVER and PROSPER with effective thinking skills INSPIRE with novel idea creativity FILFIL the value-gap in your work areas MAXIMISE on the designs for strategic growth PRACTICE 360 degree deployment of thinking skills CHALLENGE assumptions and break ‘perceptual’ barriers
SOLVE problems creatively and justly
Make really good DECISIONS Understand SWOT and leverage the power of thinking to win
Executive Education Program Skills Thinking CoRT Thinking Tools Six Frames Objective and Analytical Thinking CoRT Creativity Tools Lateral Thinking Creativity Innovation de Bono Universal Professional Excellence Simplicity Six Value Medals Six Action Shoes Six Thinking Hats .
2 1 de Bono Universal Professional Excellence : Program Outline 4 A Diamond of a Course 3 .
creative and constructive intent for value generation in specific . Krishnendu Sarkar (Chairperson: Dr Edward de Bono ) 12 months 2 months 3 months 3 months Entrepreneurs or Employed graduates with minimum 2 years of experience *Classroom Schedule *Program Fee (INR) 186 Hrs 48 Hrs 66 Hrs 66Hrs 125000 40000 60000 60000 Who Should Attend Persons with a positive. allied or any sphere of activity Shall be different outside India. *To be finally ascertained by Hughes.Integrated Course Stand-alone Courses dBM-TL dBM-CL dBM-IL dBUPE Program Directors Duration Eligibility Peter Burns de Bono. . Prof.
etc ‘What-can-be’ movement abilities from ‘what-is’ Effective Proposal Laying ‘Profit –Productivity-Performance’ value continuity Trained Mind for Professional Excellence . Business. Problem-solving.World’s best skills for Thinking & Creativity Error Control through Perception Correction Objective and Analytical Assessment Non-argumentative and non-adversarial Approaches Decisions – Change.
First-of-its-kind high impact Skills-Course in India Certified Global faculty Instructional Sessions include Practice Situations Opportunity to profit with simple Skills Stress on evidence and value tangibles Edward de Bono reviewed Courseware Annual de Bono Education Convocation meet Globally revered de Bono Certification .
. Goldman Sachs. 3M (Germany). Nestle (Switzerland). Total (France).Boeing. BT (UK). Nokia (Finland). Siemens (Germany). Sanofi (France).. Ernst & Young . .. and in many more such destinations . Rolex (Switzerland). Bosch (Germany). GM. Kraft (Switzerland). Ericsson (Sweden). Mondadori (Italy). Bouygues Construction (France).. NTT (Japan).
Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo. Edward de Bono through his commitment to thinking is providing our people with the skills to continue to lead the way.” . Former CEO & President of Nokia-Siemens “Nokia’s drive is to continue to be the market leader in innovation.
Creativity and Innovation Skills either as modular stand-alone courses or as a whole leading to the final assessment for the exclusive award of de Bono Universal Professional Excellence from de Bono Education.dBUPE (Final Certification) 12 dBUPE Course Layout To deliver exemplary education on work-area improvements based on Edward de Bono’s Thinking. Assessment + Project 8 dBM-CL dBM-TL dBM-IL 180 114 48 0 + + 5 2 0 Participant Instruction Hrs Months 186 . UK.
M.Triangle Frame Exercise – Circle Frame Exercise .I Situation Exercise The Triangle Frame The Circle Frame The Square Frame Factors Involved (C.O) C&S –A.G.Square Frame Planning Priorities (FIP) Planning.A.dBUPE Course Lessons List .I) P.O Situation Exercise Exercise .F-Rules Situation Exercise The Heart Frame The Diamond Frame The Slab Frame Consequences & Sequel (C&S) Objectives ( A.G.F) Rules C.FIP Situation Exercise .M.A.1 Philosophy of Thinking de Bono Thinking Thinking -Blockages Introduction to CoRT – 1 Treatment of Ideas (P.
OPV OPV learning Exercise : OPV – GLC Policy Maker Exercise : OPV –GLC Producer Exercise : OPV – GLC Customer CoRT-1 : Self CoRT-1 : Enterprise CoRT-1 : Society FyneCubeTM : Mind for Self FyneCubeTM : Self for Enterprise FyneCubeTM : Enterprise for Society Exercise : Seeing Exercise : Exploring Exercise : Judging .P.2 Exercise – Heart Frame Exercise – Diamond Frame Exercise – Slab Frame Alternatives (A.P.V) Selfishness vs.dBUPE Course Lessons List .C) Decisions A.C – Decision Situation Exercise Introduction to GLC ( Green Lean Clean) Thinking GLC Challenges GLC Opportunities Other People Views (O.P.
3 Introduction to CoRT-4 Yes. NO and PO PO – State of Thinking CoRT .Concept Challenge CoRT.Random Input Exercise – Random Input Combination Exercise Introduction to Lateral Thinking Six Hats.Remove Faults Combination Exercise .Stepping Stone Exercise -PO Exercise –Stepping Stone CoRT. Figures and Frames White Hat Application Summary of White Hat CoRT. Six Colours Using the Hats CoRT.dBUPE Course Lessons List .Dominant Idea Combination Exercise Introduction to Value Design Need Analysis Value Assessment White Hat Thinking – Facts.Define the Problem CoRT.
Focus Six Value Medals .Combination CoRT.4 Framework – Fyne ( Family.Materials Yellow Hat Application Summary of Yellow Hat .earth) Framework – FyneCubeTM Purpose : ‘Six Action Shoes’ Framework Red Hat Thinking – Emotions and Intuition Red Hat Application Summary of Red Hat CoRT.dBUPE Course Lessons List .Requirements CoRT.younation.Evaluation Six Value Medals – Perceptual Symbol Black Hat Thinking .Carefully Cautious Black Hat Application Summary of Black Hat Exercise : CoRT Combination Exercise : Combination-Work area Improvement Exercise : CoRT Combination Gold Medal Values Silver Medal Values Steel Medal Values Yellow Hat Thinking – Positive and Constructive Six Value Medals .
STH Green Hat Thinking – Creative Spectrum Green Hat Application Summary of Green Hat Blue Hat Thinking – Focus & Control Exercise : CoRT-STH Exercise : CoRT .STH Exercise : Movement of Ideas .STH Thinking Methods: Adequacy Challenge Blue Hat Application Summary of Blue Hat Value Sensitivity Value Size and Sources Value Benefits and Costs Order in Chaos or Chaos in Order Removing ‘Untruth’ How to Agree How to Disagree How to Differ .5 Glass Medal Values Wood Medal Values Brass Medal Values Summary of Six Thinking Hats Exercise : Movement of Ideas .STH Exercise: CoRT .dBUPE Course Lessons List .
Parallels and Possibilities Design: Way Forward Introduction to Water Logic Water Logic and Parallel Thinking Change vs.dBUPE Course Lessons List . Analysis Information vs.6 Introduction to Parallel Thinking Revisiting Six Thinking Hats Reengineering Possibility ‘What-is’ Truth Direct the Attention Value of ‘Box’ Thinking ‘Box’ Thinking and Judgement Certainty vs. Parallel Exploration vs. Discover Alternatives. Possibility Sequential vs. Stability Inadequacy of Existing Language Need for New Language Devices New Language Devices Business Fundamentals : Gaps Business Thinking: Recent Fashions Complacency . Ideas Create vs. Judgement Design vs.
dBUPE Course Lessons List . Analysis and Logic Creativity Revisiting F-y-n-e and FyneCube Key Responsibility Areas : SelfEnterprise-Society Key Performance Areas: SelfEnterprise-Society Designing for Simplicity Simplicity Methods Approaches : Ladder vs Flavour Value Monopolies Protection or Plus Sur/petition Source Production Competition Integrated Values Thinking : H+ factors in present occupation Creativity : Concept to Commissioning Innovation: First Forward .7 Self as Resource Systems as Resource Operating-environment as Resource Myth of Intellectualism Myth of Complexity Myth of Simplicity Procedures and Routines Information.
dBUPE Course Lessons List . the order and nomenclature in the Courseware and/or Instructions may vary ...8 Limits of Competition Double Integration Sur/petition Value Notation Concept Design Concept R&D dBUPE Project Identification dBUPE Project Preparedness dBUPE Project Actions dBUPE Project Documentation Essentials dBUPE Project Submission Essentials dBUPE Project Assessment Essentials Note: While the skeleton frame of dBUPE shall be akin to the list provided .
1 Before dBUPE Typical challenge of getting a good proposition palatable .
After dBUPE INNOVATIVE SOLUTION WILL BE DESIGNED and the same ACCEPTED WITH THANKS ? .
.SOLUTION ACCEPTED WITH THANKS 2 3 b’coz .dBUPE will 4 DESIGN your thinking for VALUE generation for participants in India and MENA (Middle East & North Africa) ..
dBUPE will DESIGN your thinking for VALUE generation dBUPE brought to you by HughesNetTM Global Education .
HughesNetTM Global Education Leader and Pioneer in Interactive Onsite Learning Over 40 Premier Programs catering to working professionals conducted each year Leader in Executive Education.000 professionals have undergone/going programs Partnered >15 Top B-Schools & Technical Institutes Part Time Post Graduation 600 thousand hours of IOL Learning in a year 44 Class-rooms in 7 metro cities in India and 2 in Middle East with 900 * 6 = 5400 student seating capacity + 256 CR in B & C Class cities 5000 working professionals undergo various programs every year in Management & Technical areas . > 25.
collaboration. discussion groups.Combines two-way video & audio synchronized with rich content.HNGE – The Technology Edge Highly advanced platform . application sharing and live interaction Direct one-to-one interaction is ensured through individual systems for each student: High-performance PCs Webcam Audio system and microphone at each workstation. connected directly to faculty at institutes Classroom interactions & ambience facilitated by clusters of student-stations Learning made Easy by Learning Management System (LMS): supplementary e-learning program-specific notices online submission of assignments reminder services online testing student records Class Room Over 300 locations Studio Facility .
The Network – How it Works .
Typical Student View of Platform Content Items Display Window Presenter Video Connected Participant (s) Menu & Interactive Options Status View as seen by student .
Q&A Ask Questions Evaluation and Reporting .Platform Features Quality audio & video Share Applications Microsoft Office Desktop Applications Integrate Email & Calendar Pre-meeting content creation & distribution Content addition between sessions Chat and whiteboard tool Voting. polling.
Tools with the Student Ask a question by raising hand Chat/Message Converse & use whiteboard tools when instructed Deliver presentations to the class Participate in poll or discussion group Review test & surveys View Frequently Asked Questions View Archived Sessions Use of Learning Management System .
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